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25
Mar 15

QBE Internationals 2015

QBE International Tickets – 2015

The dates for this year's QBE Internationals have now been received and this notice is sent to you as you may wish to apply for tickets.

As you are no doubt aware we have the RWC 2015 happening this Autumn so this years' QBE Internationals will be earlier and will effectively be warm up matches for the world cup.

We are pleased to be able to offer as many of our members as possible the opportunity to buy tickets this year as there is no limit to our allocation and would encourage as many supporters & their families to make the trip to Twickenham. In order to apply for tickets you need to be a club member.  Membership can be taken out here.

Tickets are available for the following and must be ordered prior to 27th April

  • England v France Saturday 15th August ko 20:00
  • England v Ireland Saturday 5th September ko 14:30

Pricing categories are as follows ( including £10 admin' fee)

  • Category 1 - Adult £95 Child £52-50
  • Category 2 - Adult £82 Child £46
  • Category 3 - Adult £72 Child £41

England also play France in Paris on 22nd August and whilst we are able to book tickets the ko time and prices are not available at this time.

 

To apply for tickets please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it with the following information:

  1. Name
  2. Full contact details – postal address, tel. number and email address
  3. Match choice
  4. Ticket price(s) choice
  5. Confirmation that you are a current member of the club

Please also transfer funds to the Club account in order to secure your ticket order

  1. Sort code 20-17-35
  2. Account Number 93596761
  3. Reference QBE2014

All tickets ordered and supplied are subject to the RFU ticket terms and conditions, a copy of which are available on request and will accompany any ticket(s).

11
Mar 15

Blood & Sand visit Addenbrookes

The Community Team took Players and Coaches from the 1st XV to meet patients and staff at Addenbrookes Hospital in the first of a series of planned visits to support the children's wards.

The players and staff were given a tour of the children’s wards before handing out gifts to the patients and their families, as well as taking on anyone and everyone in the games room (and mainly losing!)

"We all really enjoyed our time at the hospital,” Tracey Baxter, Community Coordinator said after the visit. “To be able to come down and put a smile on the faces of a few of the little ones is great. “Hopefully it can help a little bit in what must be a really tough time for them and their family and it’s is something we want to continue to do as part of our growing Community programme”

Carla Brown, Corporate Fundraising Manager at Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust said "It was fantastic to welcome Tracey and the team to Addenbrooke’s and introduce them to the children. A Hospital can be a scary place for everyone, especially a child and it meant so much to the younger patients to spend time with the players, laughing together and playing games. I am delighted that Cambridge Rugby Club has chosen to show regular commitment to children being treated at Addenbrooke’s and I know they will continue to bring smiles across the wards."

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16
Jan 15

Thank You

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11
Jul 14

Chaplin's Circus

Circus Poster 2014From 23rd to 27th July 2014 Chaplin’s Circus is bringing its brand new show to the Cambridge Rugby Club. The show tells the story of a 1920s circus on the brink of bankruptcy, struggling to survive in a modernizing world. In a last-ditch effort to reverse its ailing fortunes, the circus has enlisted an eccentric inventor, Orville Wright (of Wright Brothers’ fame), to build the world’s first human cannonball.

The show encompasses all of the elements that you would expect to find at a traditional circus (except there are no animals or painted faced-clowns), all weaved together into a pantomime format, to tell a compelling story which is fun for the whole family.

Tickets are on sale at www.chaplinscircus.com. Our members are able to secure a 25% discount by using the promotional code ‘CRUFC’ at checkout.

There are also a number of free circus skills workshops which will be held at the Rugby Club from 21st to 25th July 2014. More information about these workshops can be found at www.chaplinscircus.com/2014.

11
May 14

Players’ End of Season Dinner and Awards Night

On the 9 May the Club held its End of Season Players’ Dinner and Awards Night, and what a night it was. With representation from the Mini & Youth, Colts, Exiles, Wanderers, Development and 1st XV it was a true “Club Night” and possibly the first time in a long time that so many elements of the Club had been represented. Long may it continue.

The evening started with pre-dinner drinks in the Main Bar and was then followed by an outstanding 4 course meal provided by Flair Catering. In between each course the respective team captains presented their awards and we were very pleased to recognise the following players:

  • 1st XV Players’ Player of the Season – James Ayrton
  • 1st XV Young Player of the Season – Ben Brownlie
  • 1st XV Top Try Scorer – Jim Wigglesworth
  • President’s Award (Most 1st XV Appearances in the Season) - Jack Green
  • Cambridge News Player of the Season – Albert Portsmouth
  • BBC Radio Cambridgeshire Player of the Season – Jack Green
  • The Supporters’ Player of the Season – Jack Green
  • Wanderers & Exiles Players’ Player of the Season – Julian Mannion
  • Wanderers & Exiles  Young Player of the Season – Tim Guite
  • Colts Players’ Player of the Season – Luca Williams


Alan Banks, our illustrious President closed the dinner with one of his memorable speeches and then the “party began.” It is fair to say that everyone enjoyed themselves and I expect there were one or two sore heads in the morning.

We’d like to thank Mark Taylor (Cambridge News) and Steve “Jacko” Jackson (BBC Cambridgeshire News) for attending the dinner and for their respective awards and we look forward to making next season’s dinner, BIGGER and BETTER.

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